It has a very unique interface that is unlike anything I’ve used before. They describe the feeling that they were going for, and they nailed it:
Taking inspiration from music creation tools, using Looom feels more like playing an instrument than operating software – exploring lines, shapes and colors through loopable time and rhythm.
You can fluidly flip back and forth between traditional frame-by-frame animation and live animation that feels more like a performance than drawing.
Their website also says that all of the brush strokes are recorded as SVG paths. This means that everything is a vector, and that it could support many different types of exports (as SVG is pretty portable). I think this app has a lot of potential, and I’m excited to see the direction they take it.
Anyway, here are the things I made, in the order that I made them. If you’re interested in watching the actual process of making these, you can check them out for the next 14 days on my twitch channel https://www.twitch.tv/makewithjake/videos?filter=archives&sort=time I’ll share some more details about the twitch channel soon.